|This is the first time that i have logged on to your site and have found it very interesting; my family from what i know, which is very little came from the Eastend of London originally; From the Poplar/Limehouse area. I have been told that most of the male side of the family were Dockers and Stevedores. One of my aunts married a G.I in the fifties and moved around a lot until settling in South Carolina. Anyway thats about for now but i will be in touch again. Best wishes to all.
mark wallace formerly weeks,
Wed 30 Apr 2003 21:35:45
Hi. Could Robert and Catherine Wykes who left a greeting on April 25, 2003, please contact us at the email address shown, we don't seem to be able to get through to yours. Many thanks.
Maureen and Neil Wykes,
Sun 04 May 2003 06:51:53
It was great I would like to go agen
Fri 16 May 2003 16:54:58
What a great site. I have found a number of Wicks here that once lived in Steeple Ashton, Wiltshire, where my great-great grandfather David Wicks was born in 1851. He married Eliza and had three children, George Edward Ely, William and Florence, all born in the London area. George (b.1875 Edmonton) married Minnie May Nunn and had 10 children, one of whom was my grandmother Alice Beatrice Wicks, also born in Edmonton (1913). Does anyone else recognise any of these names? I would like to hear from you...
Sat 17 May 2003 18:47:13
Being born a Weeks myself I am interested in finding my roots. And I hope this site can help me. I have really enjoyed me tour. I was surprised to see that there was only one Weeks in Colorado, USA. My brother lives there with his wife.
Mary Ellen (Weeks) Wilson,
Fri 30 May 2003 02:09:57
Decendant of James and Susan Wykes through William and Phoebe Wykes then Phoebe and David Jones then Clement and Doris Jones and finally my father Bruce Jones. Interested to know if my husbands family joins in with Susan Wykes maiden name "Wright".
Donna L Wright,
Fri 30 May 2003 14:13:20
Great site! I live in Ludington, Michigan. I think I am 3rd generation American. I don't know much beyond that. I do know Patricia Anne Wykes, who signed this guestbook, is really Patricia Kirkwood, and my sister. Why did you change your name Tricia? You can always change it back. :-)
Fri 06 Jun 2003 21:35:54
we live on the isle of wight,there's 7 of us. my dad was born in birmingham,england.it's nice to know there's a few more of us out there!
Sat 07 Jun 2003 17:37:30
My father was Born Goldie Halem Wix, Changed name to George Haden Wix. Raised in orphan's home in Dallas, Texas. Brothers-William Odell Wix, James Sherman Wix, Leon C. Wix, Sam Paine Wix, Sisters Ivy Wix, Thelma Harris Nolin. He was born in Westmore County, Tennessee in 1904. His mother was Cora Milton. His mother was supposed to be part Cherokee Indian and his father was part Black Dutch which I understand is germanic. My oldest Uncle said I name was once Wicks. Any information would be appreciated.
Gloria Wix Baggett,
Wed 11 Jun 2003 17:55:52
Fantastic site. My 2xg/g/fthr was DANIEL WEEKS (1819-1889). Born in small town of Keynesham, Som., England; but lived mainly in S.Glouc., and died in St.George, Bristol. Had 8 children - I have descended from his 4th dau - Mary. He worked as a quarryman. Any interest - please contact.
Thu 12 Jun 2003 21:28:16